peel test

peel test

[′pēl ‚test]
(engineering)
A test to ascertain the adhesive strength of bonded strips of metals by peeling or pulling the metal strips back and recording the adherence values.
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The following analysis is based on the work by Williams and coworkers [15, 16], Figure 2a shows an illustration of the fixed arm peel test.
The adhesion force was determined via a peel test using the VD1 2019 method by peeling the TPE off the hard substrate.
5 newton per inch, measured by the 90 degree peel test for peeling from a stainless steel test plate is achieved by SILPURAN 2142.
When dealing with polymer-based paints, for example, the peel test readily suggests itself as the preferred experiment for testing the adhesion of the coating.
The adhesion force was determined via a peel test using the VDI 2019 method by peeling the TPE off the hard substrate.
NPL with industrial partners have developed a tape peel test that can be applied to the PCB or component surface.
There are many well-known types of the destructive testing methods like the tensile test, peel test, tape peel test, indentation bonding test, self-loading test, scratch test, blister test, beam bending test etc [13-16j.
Peel test results indicated that light-curable adhesive 1161-M improves peel strengths when the TPE has been flame treated.
0 meters/second (95 to 12,000 inches/minute) extend far beyond usual peel test speeds.
For example, in the automotive industry a weld is considered good if the average diameter of the pin remaining after the destructive peel test exceeds a predefined minimum value.
It functions as a peel test with up to 25 percent of peel failure stress being along the entire length of the seam during application of pressure.